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World’s first robotic kitchen goes on sale

Fancy your meal being prepared by a robot? This futuristic notion is now being made possible by Moley Robotics, the company behind the £248,000 robot-kitted-out Moley Kitchen, which cooks with human-like movements. At the heart of the new technology are two robotic arms featuring…

🕘 14/12/2020

Comau unveils a new version of its wearable exoskeleton, MATE-XT

Comau unveils MATE-XT, a new version of its wearable exoskeleton that fully accommodates the specific needs of workers in demanding industrial, non-industrial and open-air environments. Featuring a slim, lightweight carbon fiber structure and an intuitive regulation system, the water, dus…

🕘 11/12/2020

Omron launches Intelligent Cell Production Line with automation training collaboration

OMRON has taken human-machine collaboration to a level previously unseen on the factory floor, with its breakthrough Intelligent Cell Production Line concept. Integrating sensing, vision and robotics, this example of an advanced production line control solution enhances the performance of both…

🕘 10/12/2020

Nexans has been awarded six contracts for solar farm projects by Biosar Australia

Australia has been enjoying a boom period in its solar power market which could see its solar power capacity almost doubling to over 12GW. Nexans is playing a key role in this growth by supplying specialized power cables for Australia’s solar farms and has just been awarded contracts for six…

🕘 09/12/2020

Webinar: How PROFINET Works, A Beginners’ Guide

Are you looking for an introductory course in PROFINET? Our colleagues in PI North America are presenting this free-to-attend webinar to address your requirement. How PROFINET Works, A Beginners’ Guide … This webinar will guide you through the basics of how PROFINET works. It will start by…

🕘 04/12/2020

Bureau Veritas encourages UK manufacturers to switch CE to UKCA marking as Brexit deadline looms

As the Brexit transition period comes to an end, leading compliance authority Bureau Veritas is encouraging manufacturers to get ready to make the switch from CE marking to UKCA in order to continue to sell products in the British market. It comes as the UK Government has confirmed that UKCA…

🕘 04/12/2020

Users will revolt over smart device privacy in 2021 says WatchGuard

2021 will mark a tipping point when consumers will begin to fully-understand and revolt against the privacy concerns associated with smart and connected devices, says WatchGuard Technologies. Security analysts at WatchGuard believe that users will start to push back against vendors of IoT devices…

🕘 02/12/2020

Williams Advanced Engineering and OXIS Energy collaborate to advance cleaner transport in the marine sector

Williams Advanced Engineering (WAE) is working with fellow Oxfordshire-based firm, OXIS Energy Ltd, on the production of a world-first battery system, designed for an all-new 40ft electric luxury boat. The craft, from Yachts de Luxe (YdL) of Singapore and designed bythe renowned boat designer, Jean…

🕘 27/11/2020

Lamonde Automation November 2020 Prize Draw – Win a Wera Tools 2020 Advent Calendar!

2020 has been a pretty miserable year for many, so we’re spreading some festive cheer with a prize draw! We’re a techie bunch here at Lamonde, and we set our quality standards high; so instead of chocolate, we’re giving away a calorie-free Wera 2020 Advent Calendar to 3 lucky…

🕘 26/11/2020

Moscow joins the G20 Smart Cities Alliance project for responsible adoption of digital technologies

Moscow has been selected as one of the pilot regions to implement the global policy roadmap for the responsible use of digital technologies. Cooperation with members of the G20 Smart Cities Alliance will allow Moscow to share its accumulated experience and analyze the world's best practices in the…

🕘 25/11/2020